Issue 101 – February 2015

Podcast, Original Fiction

The Last Surviving Gondola Widow

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Our first podcast for February is “The Last Surviving Gondola Widow” written by Kristine Kathryn Rusch and read by Kate Baker. This podcast was sponsored by the Clarion Writer’ Workshop.

Author profile

Kristine Kathryn Rusch is a Hugo-award winning editor and writer. Her novels have hit bestseller lists around the world, including USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, and The Times of London. Although she's best known for her science fiction and fantasy, she's also an award-winning bestselling novelist under two other names, Kris Nelscott (mystery) and Kristine Grayson (paranormal romance). She's recently returned to editing with the critically acclaimed anthology series, Fiction River, where she acts as series editor with her husband Dean Wesley Smith, and as project editor on several volumes. Her latest project is a doozy. In partnership with WMG Publishing, she's putting out the last six books in her Anniversary Day Saga in 2015. The saga, a story told inside her Retrieval Artist universe, was already two novels long when the third, A Murder of Clones, appeared last month. This month, Search & Recovery appears. One more novel will appear each month until the final book in the saga, Masterminds, appears in June.

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